Foreign Large Cap Growth ETFs

Most of these ETFs divide their assets among a dozen or more developed markets, including Japan, Britain, France, and Germany. In most instances ‘large' implies a market capitalization ($10B and up) that is in the top 70% of all publicly traded stocks within a country. Growth is defined based on fast growth (high growth rates for earnings, sales, book value, and cash flow) and high valuations (high price ratios and low dividend yields). In a healthy economic environment, large cap growth investing is a solid way to invest. However, growth investing is a bit more volatile and as such, this industry is better for moderate investors who can absorb the ups and downs a bit more when it comes to their portfolio balance.

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Industry Rank

This industry ranks #27 out of 65 ETF categories.


Average POWR Rating

The average market cap-weighted POWR Rating for ETFs in this industry is B (Buy).

RkSymbolNameLastOpenHighLow52WK Hi52WK LoDay ChgYTD Chg12M ChgMkt Cap50D MA± 50D200D MA± 200DPOWR
1IMTMiShares Edge MSCI Intl Momentum Factor ETF30.2230.2330.2329.8932.6622.230.21
-3.05%6.33%308.24M27.3510.48%29.392.82% A
Strong Buy
2EFGiShares MSCI EAFE Growth ETF80.8780.8680.9979.9488.6660.130.16
-6.48%5.05%7.25B73.559.96%80.200.84% B
3IHDGWisdomTree International Hedged Quality Dividend Growth Fund34.6934.6734.7534.3437.7324.960.11
-4.36%9.23%716.35M31.769.22%33.772.73% B
4RFDIFirst Trust RiverFront Dynamic Developed International ETF51.7751.5751.8251.2160.5539.080.01
-13.37%-5.29%152.72M46.8910.41%53.99-4.10% B
5PIZInvesco DWA Developed Markets Momentum ETF26.7926.7526.8226.5030.1118.780.21
-6.77%3.88%141.99M23.7512.79%26.451.27% B
6DNLWisdomTree Global ex-US Quality Dividend Growth Fund61.3761.2261.3860.6768.0745.020.30
-6.22%12.80%135.01M55.5810.42%59.592.99% B

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